We are currently conducting our annual evaluation of the SANE Forums. Whether you're a member, or just visiting the Forums, you are in an ideal position to provide information about your experiences of using the SANE Forums.
So let us know what you think.
Your involvement in this study will help to develop a greater understanding of how participating in the SANE Forums impacts on your mental health, sense of community, and use of support.
Once complete you can go in the draw to win a $50 voucher.
Before commencing the survey, you will be required to read a Participant Information Statement that provides details about this research project. Once you start the survey, it will take around 15-20 minutes to complete. Your responses to the questions will be confidential and stored within a secure password protected online system only accessible to researchers involved in this study. Any information you provide will not be linked to your SANE Forums username.
At the end of the survey, there will be an opportunity to participate in a 30-60 minute semi-structured phone interview, in which you will be able to talk about your experiences on the SANE Forums, how it’s impacted your mental health and how you think the Forums could be improved. Please note that we have a limited number of positions available and will not be able to interview everyone.
If you need urgent assistance, see Need help now For mental health information, guidance and referrals, see the SANE Help Centre SANE Forums is published by SANE Australia with funding from the Australian Government Department of Health SANE Australia ABN 92006533606 PO Box 226 South Melbourne 3205 Australia
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